Mother's Day Looking Mostly Dry And Warmer

Mother's Day Looking Mostly Dry And Warmer

A few isolated storms will be possible Sunday afternoon, but most of the day will be dry with highs in the low 80s.
Midnight Update: Skies are now dry across Kentucky and we will stay dry into our Sunday morning.

Temperatures won't drop much more tonight, as we have already fallen into the low 60s in some areas, including here in Lexington. With the showers and storms cooling us off earlier, Lexington may fall into the upper 50s Sunday morning, just slightly lower than originally thought.

Forecast: Most of the thunderstorms have pushed east out of Kentucky as of Saturday evening, but one or two places could see another quick shower early tonight. By Sunday morning, everyone will be dry with temperatures in the low 60s.

Sunday afternoon will be warmer with highs in the low 80s. Expect a mix of sunshine and clouds through the day. A few isolated showers and storms are possible in the region, with the best chance of rain being around the lunch hour. Rain is unlikely for most areas.

We'll start Monday off on the dry side, but a few more spotty showers and storms will be possible, mainly in the early afternoon again. Highs will reach the mid 80s.

Rain and storms will become much more likely in the middle part of the week, followed by cooler weather in the second half of the week.
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